Islamic

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Is·lam·ic

 (ĭs-lä′mĭk, -lăm′ĭk, ĭz-)
adj.
1. Relating to or characteristic of Islam or its adherents.
2. In accordance with or permitted under the shari'a: Islamic banking.
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Adj.1.Islamic - of or relating to or supporting Islamism; "Islamic art"
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Translations
islámský
islamiskmuslimsk
islamilainen
islamski
íslamskur
イスラム教の
이슬람교의
islamský
muslimanski
islamisk
ของอิสลาม
İslamiİslâmî
thuộc đạo Hồi

Islamic

[ɪzˈlæmɪk] ADJislámico
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Islamic

[ɪzˈlæmɪk] adjislamique
Islamic law → la loi islamique Islamic fundamentalistsIslamic fundamentalists nplfondamentalistes mpl islamiques
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Islamic

adjislamisch
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Islamic

[ɪzˈlæmɪk] adjislamico/a
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Islam

(ˈizlaːm) noun
the Muslim religion.
Isˈlamic (-ˈlӕ-) adjective
of Islam. Islamic festivals.
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Islamic

إِسْلامِيٌّ islámský islamisk islamisch ισλαμικός islámico islamilainen islamique islamski islamico イスラム教の 이슬람교의 islamitisch islamsk islamski islâmico исламский islamisk ของอิสลาม İslami thuộc đạo Hồi 伊斯兰教的
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Furthermore, as the Pakistani state turns to Islamicization as its reason for being, it unites its population by instilling a permanent state of conflict with "Hindu" India.
He was also perceived as a secularist, in so far as his platform--in stark contrast to the situation in Algeria and Morocco--did not entail Islamicization, but rather absorbed the two Shari'a courts into the state (see Salem).
With the 1979 Iranian revolution that ushered the establishment of an Islamic Republic and the overthrew of a progressive monarchy, Iran experienced abrupt metamorphoses towards "Islamicization" in all spheres, and most importantly perhaps in the education sector.
During the time of my research, the subject of Islamicization was explicitly addressed in daily conversation, however, it was noticeably absent in the recorded interviews I conducted.
(81) The fact that criminal law became the prerogative of the colonial powers made such tough talk mere rhetorical bluster until the "Islamicization" of law in Pakistan of the 1970s.
If Turkey becomes a nuclear arms state and continues on its current path of Islamicization, that would represent a serious threat to the US, NATO and other countries in the region.
Even in Scandinavia, a region I still associate with socialist utopia, the ferociously anti-immigrant Danish People's Party won 27 percent of the vote, doubling its number of representatives from two to four, and the Norwegian Progress Party warns against the "Islamicization" of Norway.
When the current government came to power in a 1989 coup, it brought with it an intense Islamicization campaign.
Naficy states that 'movie stars, performers, and actors suffered disproportionately from the purification and Islamicization processes because their voice and faces were very public, recognizable, and admired' (p.